Pilot Myu

To those who have laid eyes upon it, the legend needs no introduction: The Pilot Myu gains its 100% deserved reputation with its rarity (i.e., not very, or not too much so) and its quality. Made from steel all over, it has the polished-chrome look of last-century modernism, and its slim, tapered profile definitely harbours... Continue Reading →

Pilot Long/Short

A cheaper, lighter companion to my Myu: These pocket pens were all the rage in Japan in the 70s, with the Big Three well-represented in the range and variety of models sold. Richard Binder talks more about them here, including a lovely discussion about nib material (steel on mine, gold easily available at all sorts... Continue Reading →

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